Cyber Security Summit
Security in Depth
Answering the Call of State Leadership
WCTC's 3rd Annual Cyber Security Summit, in partnership with Marquette University, is designed to answer the call of state leadership to take action to secure our critical infrastructure.
Join representatives of government, industry and education as we discuss what must be done to understand and combat threats. Parallel sessions will dive deep into the technical aspects of cyber security, while panel sessions will discuss trends and required actions to build awareness. Given the rising prevalence of social cyber-attacks, there can be no defense without cyber security awareness for business, education, government and the general public.
Friday, October 28, 2016
7:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Registration and networking at 7:15, opening remarks begin at 7:45.
Waukesha County Technical College
Business Building, room 115/117
800 Main Street
Pewaukee, WI 53072
No cost; light breakfast provided.
Anyone interested in strengthening their cyber security defense‐ CEOs, CIOs, small business owners, IT security decision makers, IT professionals, non‐profit leaders, educational partners and local government representatives.
- Dr. Brad Piazza, Vice President- Learning, Waukesha County Technical College
- Dr. Richard C. Holz, Dean, Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, Marquette University
- Laura Catherman, President, WOW Workforce Development Board
- Eric Huemmer, Community Engagement Coordinator, Waukesha County Business Alliance
- Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, State of Wisconsin
Presented in partnership:
The expanded Network Enterprise Administrator – INTERFACE Accelerated training opportunities are available thanks to a TAACCCT grant, and priority is given to veterans and TAA workers (those who lost jobs due to layoffs as a result of foreign trade). The $23.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Trade Adjustment Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant, which is shared among Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges, has made this training possible.
To learn more about how the grant supports programming, contact the IT Skills and Placement Coordinator, at 262.691.5335.